|Ex Army 4 wheel drive looks like it's destined for better things.|
|Traction engines with road wheels didn't have any traction.|
Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies.
|Austin Seven 4WD. Interesting bit of Kiwi ingenuity.|
|This Kawasaki powered farm bike was also a Kiwi invention.|
I think it was called Mountain Goat.
|The slim look.|
|Neat little Leyland small tractor.|
|British built Newman isn't common.|
|Minneapolis-Moline, a famous name in American tractors, which was eventually swallowed up by White, which in turn became part of the AGCO conglomerate.|
|Field Marshall always looked a bit different with their smooth rounded front panels.|
|Vickers bull-dozer, made by Vickers-Armstrong who were better known for their tanks and military vehicles.|
|New tractors were also on display.|
|Rides in the Clydesdale pulled wagon were popular.|
I guess it was one way of keeping out of the rain.
|Little Fordson with solid tyres.|
|Curved Dash Oldsmobile.|
|Large 2 wheel drive tractors are now a thing of the past.|
|Some bikes in the car park. GL 1800 Honda Goldwing.|
|Another Honda; slightly later model.|
|BMW twins still interest me more than most other current bikes.|
|Early Fordson had plenty of grip.|
|Little Fordson Dexta looked almost like new.|
|Volvo's F16 models were high horse-power trucks when introduced in the late 80s.|
This one is from 1993.
|Another UD from, although this one carries the Nissan Diesel nomenclature.|
|Very nice VW camper.|
|Modern Freighters from Levin had many Mercedes-Benz tractor units in 4x2 and 6x4 configurationThis is a 1973 LK1924.|
240hp doesn't seem much to pull an A-train with by todays standards'.
|Brown & May.|